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Thursday 16 August 2018

'It would make a little girl very happy' - mum's appeal to reunite daughter with her beloved teddy

Madison pictured with her parents and Baa Baa
Madison pictured with her parents and Baa Baa
Baa Baa
Independent.ie Newsdesk

Independent.ie Newsdesk

A worried mum has launched a worldwide appeal to reunite her daughter with her beloved teddy which she lost on a trip to Ireland.

Anna Fitzpatrick and her daughter Madison were on holidays here last month when Madison lost her "best friend" Baa Baa, a teddy she has had since she was born.

The teddy was lost on August 11, either at Ferrycarrig Castle Picnic site or Rosslare Harbour.

The local council in Wexford has already checked the castle site but no trace of the teddy was found.

"My daughter Madison is devastated that she has lost her 'best Friend', a well worn little black sheep known as Baa Baa," Anna told Independent.ie.

"I hoped as time went on she would forget about him but she still cries for him and misses him terribly, I have contacted the ports, my sister in New Zealand even set up a facebook page and managed to get the local council to look at the Ferrycraig Castle Site however we have had no luck," she sadded.

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Baa Baa

"I thought I would make this last attempt to find him as we are desperate to find him and re-unite them as she is very worried about him, she intends to ask Father Christmas to bring him back," she added.

"If we could find him it would make a little girl very, very happy."

Anyone who may be able to help can get in touch with the family via email to anna@noelfitzpatrick.ltd.uk

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